Mary Alexandra Stiefvater Biography
Height: 5' 10" (1.78 m)
Wiki Biography: A native Californian, Mary Alexandra was born in Chico and grew up in Stockton. She was first introduced to theater and dance at a young age. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Theater at The University of California at Los Angeles and during her time at UCLA, Mary Alexandra spent a year studying French cinema and philosophy abroad in Paris at the Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III). After graduating, she relocated to England to do her post-graduate training at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Five days after graduation she packed her suitcase for New York to pursue work in theater, film, television and modeling. As well as being a skilled dancer, Mary Alexandra received her stage combat certificate from the British Academy of Dramatic Combat. She is trained in a variety of different weapons and unarmed combat. This funny, young actress has stretched her comedic muscles and tested her dramatic skills in TV (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, The Mentalist, The New Adventures of Old Christine, The Wedding Bells, Happy Hour), films (Driving By Braille, Bear, Speed-Dating, Supergator, Loveless in Los Angeles, Four Lane Highway), numerous commercials (Bud Light, Volvo, Lupus PSA, Red Bull Sugarfree, Style Network, 1-800-Collect, TGIFriday's) and worked regularly for a year and a half on The Late Show with David Letterman before relocating to the West Coast. She collaborated with Rockstar Games on three video games (Max Payne 2, The Warriors, Grand Theft Auto; San Andreas) and the web-series The Rules of the League with One Step Productions. In order to sustain longevity in the ever-changing entertainment industry, she found another passion in producing. Her first successful attempt at producing came in London with Twelfth Night, the first production of Natural Perspectives Theatre Company, which performed in the Old Royal Observatory Garden in Greenwich Park. Natural Perspectives was formed by a group of LAMDA Alumni. She then took on the challenge of her first short, Bad Habits, with the production company she helped found, Habit Forming Films. Bad Habits won an award at Houston Worldfest International Film Festival. She followed up with Wedding for One and 11-44 both directed by Kristina Lloyd. Mary Alexandra continues to work as a producer, actress, photographer and poet, enjoying her time in front of and behind the camera as well as developing new material.
Mary Alexandra StiefvaterPhotos & Pictures
|Movies Title||Appeared As||Year||Genre|
|Supergator||Alexandra Stevens||2007||Sci Fi|
|Driving by Braille||Olivia Robles-Corso||2011||Drama|